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Wanting to make a will? Nolo unveils will making software in the US

by Legal Author December 10, 2012 Legal Forms

Some interesting info if you’re looking to make a will in the US. BERKELEY, CA (December 3, 2012) – Nolo, the nation’s leading publisher of do-it-yourself legal information, has released the 2013 version of Quicken WillMaker Premium Family Edition. A market leader for over 25 years, Quicken WillMaker Premium Family Edition is among the best […]

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Tips for Writing a Will

by emmadigirank October 16, 2012 Wills

Don’t leave it until the last minute Solicitors recommend people to write a will as soon as possible. Although you may not want to consider your own death in the early stages of your life, without writing a will risks leaving your family’s inheritance and estate in the wrong hands.  Many people are unaware that wills […]

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Excellent Reasons to Make a Will

by Legal Author July 31, 2012 Wills

Most of us work really hard to build our estate and protect it well. We want to enjoy the fruits of our labor at a later stage and give an opportunity for our dependents to do the same. In order to achieve this, it is vital to have a valid will. Listed below are some […]

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How many people in your area don’t have a valid Will?

by Legal Author July 1, 2012 Wills

We are pleased to publish a legal blog post from Will Aid, a well-respected charity Will making scheme that has been running since 1988. Please share this information with your contacts on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook and your other social networks. Our research shows that around 60% of people don’t have Will, despite the plethora […]

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Solicitors Urge Public to Write Wills

by GDeanNorwich June 15, 2012 Wills

It’s a definite hot topic currently in the UK with only a third of adults actually being covered by a will when they die despite the importance of the document and the fact that any adult (over the age of 18) can legally write one. This article from Gordon Dean solicitors in Great Yarmouth shows […]

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